CME Ethereum's current quarter futures premium is negative

TokenInsight news, according to gvol.io futures data, the CME exchange's Ethereum futures has a significant negative premium, while the positive premiums of other exchanges are still significant. TokenInsight believes that considering that there are a large number of institutional investors from traditional markets in the CME exchange, and the recent spot price is in a relatively high fluctuation range, these investors still maintain a cautious attitude towards Ethereum. It may be the reason for the negative premium for the current quarter futures.
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